It promises to accelerate the march towards one European state, again open to the influx of emigrants and pushing for utopian projects called ecological – says Ryszard Terlecki, head of the PiS club, writing about the new German government in a column for “Dziennik Polski”.
The head of the PiS club, deputy speaker of the Sejm in the column “Everything is politics. The German left is accelerating” reminds that at the end of November the coalition negotiations between the three parties that will form the new German government ended.
“Socialists (SPD), Greens and Liberals (FDP) have agreed on a 170-page program that will be approved by the party’s congresses of the SPD and FDP and voting by members of the Green party. Socialists will fill the office of chancellor and six ministries, including internal affairs and health, the Greens will get a vice-chancellor and five ministries, including foreign affairs, and the liberals will get four ministries. it will be a government much more leftist than Chancellor Merkel’s hitherto team“- writes a PiS politician.
According to Terlecki, “there are many obvious tasks in the coalition’s program, such as fighting the pandemic, improving living conditions or accelerating the + digital breakthrough + in all areas of public life”. “There are, however, also very disturbing announcements. First of all significant loosening of immigration policy, including shortening the waiting time for German citizenship from eight to five years and a significant liberalization of asylum law“- he emphasizes.” This means that the left-wing coalition does not give up its dreams of building a multicultural state and accepting immigrants from other continents. Secondly, the coalition partners have announced that they will accelerate the move away from the coal-based energy economy and have ambitious plans to reduce gas emissions, “he adds.
“The authors of the program do not hide that they will expect the same from the entire European Union, which means pressure on those countries that oppose the unrealistic deadlines for eliminating coal” – writes the politician in a column. According to the deputy marshal, “the most dangerous parts of the program seem to be those about building a + federal, European state +, in which the governments of individual countries would be under the management of the Brussels + headquarters +”.
“Since after the elimination of the British, Germany has become the strongest power in the Union, this means subordinating the Union, and in practice the whole of Europe, to the economic and ideological domination of Germany” – says Terlecki. “The program talks about accepting different speeds for further integration, as well as strengthening the role of the European Parliament, dominated by the German left and its allies,” he adds.
As he points out, “the postulate to extend the scope of decisions taken in the European Council by a majority of votes, while resigning from unanimity, also leads to an increase in Berlin’s influence.” “So it promises to accelerate the march towards one European state, once again open to the influx of emigrants and pushing through utopian projects called ecological” – he assesses.
“Whether Europe will find enough strength to resist German ambitions to govern the entire continent, it will prove after the final constitution of the German government and reactions to its policy from most EU countries,” writes the PiS club leader. (PAP)
author: Grzegorz Bruszewski
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